Interferometric gravitational wave detector

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An interferometric gravitational wave detector is a gravitational wave detector that uses laser interferometry to detect the influence of gravitational waves on light that is moving back and forth between test masses.


Interferometric gravitational wave detectors include


  1. ^ A New Ear on the Universe BBC World Service, 26 September 2015

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